B-H curve

B-H curve

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(electromagnetism)
A graphical curve showing the relation between magnetic induction B and magnetizing force H for a magnetic material. Also known as magnetization curve.
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Therefore, the accuracy of the B-H curve fitting formula directly impacts the accuracy of the results predicted by the electromagnetic mathematical model of the HSV.
(1) B-H curve mathematical model easily applied with high precision is proposed and validated by the comparison of the predicted and experimental results.
Caption: FIGURE 3: Comparison between simulated results by formula proposed by Chan and experimental results of B-H curve.
Caption: FIGURE 4: Comparison between simulated results by formula proposed by AMESim and experimental results of B-H curve.
Caption: FIGURE 8: Comparison between simulated results by (15) and experimental results of B-H curve.
Caption: FIGURE 9: Comparison between simulated results by (16) and experimental results of B-H curve.
Caption: FIGURE 11: B-H curve for the armature and iron core.